Concrete plant catches on fire in NE Minneapolis

  • Article by: Tim Harlow
  • Updated: December 14, 2012 - 1:35 PM

Minneapolis fire crews battled a fire at a concrete manufacturing plant in northeast Minneapolis Friday morning that sent up a large plume of smoke.

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maryjuanaDec. 14, 1211:05 AM

Beause water, sand and concrete burn so well. There is something wrong with this picture!

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funkycoldDec. 14, 12 1:55 PM

well the name says it all,.....structure/business/ is old...gotta be some wood around there

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sbuzz16Dec. 14, 12 2:55 PM

Sounds like an electrical fire. That building looks like it should be updated ASAP. Glad to hear everyone is O.K.

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aardmanDec. 14, 12 3:35 PM

"Catches ON fire"? Things can catch fire. Things can be on fire. But nothing catches on fire.

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scubadvrmnDec. 14, 12 8:33 PM

Concrete plants use propane heaters to heat the belts that load material into the plants during cold weather.

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